Mayor: Green, walkable, affordable redevelopment makes a world-class city

Redeveloping old flats is one of the measures taken by Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) City Hall to provide 50,000 affordable homes in the city.

Its mayor, Datuk Mhd Amin Nordin Abdul Aziz said City Hall had so far approved about 25,000 affordable homes.

He said the RM4 billion allocation set aside for the city’s five-year redevelopment would be fully utilised to provide the best basic facilities for city folks towards making KL a world-class city.

He would also continue with existing programmes, like Car Free Morning, building of a bicycle track, greening of Kuala Lumpur, and monitoring of slopes.

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